Cida Moreyra’s profession began in 1977, employed in musicals in São Paulo. In 1980, she staged her 1st solo display, Summertime, where she documented her 1st live recording, the 3rd party LP Summertime (1981). The discharge had traditional American blues and jazz tracks, but additionally brought the vetoed (by censorship) edition of Chico Buarque’s “Geni.” Her special, personal interpretation, deeply affected by theatrical sensibility, is normally enhanced in conferences with the functions of her symbols in dedicated produces like Cida Moreyra Interpreta Brecht (1989, Continental) and Cida Canta Chico (1993, Kuarup). She’s documented six LPs and CDs.
|O Que Se Move||2013||Maria Júlia|
|Estrela-Guia||2001||TV Series||Castorina dos Santos|
|O Tronco||1999||Pedro Melo's wife|
|Desejo||1990||TV Mini-Series 1990|
|Estrela Nua||1984||as Cida Moreyra|
|Flor do Desejo||1983||Teresa (as Cida Moreyra)|
|Onda Nova||1983||as Cida Moreyra|
|Ao Sul do Meu Corpo||1982||as Cida Moreyra|
|A Filha do Silêncio||1982||TV Series|
|O Olho Mágico do Amor||1981||as Cida Moreyra|
|A Última Ilusão||1976||as Cida Moreyra|
|O Que Se Move||2013||performer: "Primeira Canção da Mãe"|
|Asa Branca - Um Sonho Brasileiro||1980||performer: "Saudosismo"|
|Certas Palavras com Chico Buarque||1980||Documentary||Herself (as Cida Moreyra)|
|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|1984||Candango Trophy||Brazilia Festival of Brazilian Cinema||Best Supporting Actress (Melhor Atriz Coadjuvante)||Flor do Desejo (1983)|
|1983||APCA Trophy||São Paulo Association of Art Critics Awards||Best Supporting Actress (Melhor Atriz Coadjuvante)||O Olho Mágico do Amor (1981)|
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